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Hayfever 21:35 - Apr 13 with 478 viewst1000

Anyone else suffering today or just me ? Any remedies?
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Hayfever on 21:45 - Apr 13 with 462 viewsdickythorpe

Perotin? A mate in work used it

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Hayfever on 22:55 - Apr 13 with 436 viewsdemonk

If you can buy local honey within few miles of where you live.take 1 teaspoon every day that will help get rid your hayfever
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Hayfever on 23:14 - Apr 13 with 422 viewsdickythorpe

Hayfever on 22:55 - Apr 13 by demonk

If you can buy local honey within few miles of where you live.take 1 teaspoon every day that will help get rid your hayfever


It's a "cure all"

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Hayfever on 07:32 - Apr 14 with 370 viewsMrSwerve

Used to suffer terribly with it...tend to get it in waves, I’ll be bad for a few years and then ok for a few years. Nowhere near as bad as I was when I was younger. I heard that it comes and goes in 7 year waves, dunno if there’s any truth to that.

Clarityn or piriton normally helps. Damp cloth over eyes if they are itching.

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Hayfever on 11:32 - Apr 14 with 319 viewsdameedna

Go to allergy specialist. Have pin prick test. Get a monthly jab of prescribed formula for one year. Cured for 5 to 10 years.
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Hayfever on 13:15 - Apr 14 with 295 viewsTheApothecary

You need triple therapy

Mast cell stabiliser eye drops like sodium cromoglicate

Topical corticosteroid nasal spray like beclometasone

Antihistamine tabs like loratadine or cetirizine

Pop in to your pharmacy and ask to access the "common ailments scheme" the pharmacist will be able to supply you with these meds for free
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Hayfever on 13:31 - Apr 14 with 288 viewsProfessor

Hayfever on 13:15 - Apr 14 by TheApothecary

You need triple therapy

Mast cell stabiliser eye drops like sodium cromoglicate

Topical corticosteroid nasal spray like beclometasone

Antihistamine tabs like loratadine or cetirizine

Pop in to your pharmacy and ask to access the "common ailments scheme" the pharmacist will be able to supply you with these meds for free


Cetirizine alone is usually sufficient for me though the nasal sprays are helpful if really bad. Oil seed rape is a particular bother for me. Anti-histamines simply block the effects of histamines released by mast cells and eosinophils in an allergic or atopic response. Histamines are part of the normal immune response which goes wrong in ‘allergy’ or more correctly Type1 hypersensitivity. The response is really meant to deal with larger parasites like worms that we don’t really get now and disease a failure to regulate the response to something inocuous like pollen.
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